Monroe Doctrine Proclamation in 1823 by President James Monroe. Assignments There will be two short essays 500 words and a longer paper 1500 words. How did the environment change as a result of English settlement? Question 1 Discuss the series of events that lead to the American Revolution from the end of the French and Indian War to the Battle of Lexington and Concord. Who do you think has had a more lasting impact on American development? In what ways did the environmental change described in 2 result in social or cultural change for your groups? Nash Chapter 2 Cronon Chapters 1-3 Sep 27- Oct 1 Virginia and New England in the 17th Century. D Several states were quick to ratify the Constitution, thus creating momentum toward ratification. B Many of the most esteemed and politically influential men in the United States had contributed to the Constitution.
What was the significance of the Zenger trial? How did American ideas about education differ with traditional English ideas? To flip the current card, click it or press the Spacebar key. Give as many specific examples as you can from the available evidence. Thoreau saw European settlement as the beginning of the misuse and depletion of a natural paradise. What is orthodoxy and heterodoxy? To possess New Orleans and control the mouth of the Mississippi River, Outlet to world markets. E It gave Congress powers to legislate where individual states could not.
How did the presence of slavery impact class structure and wealth distribution in the South? What were the primary manufacturing activities, although only of secondary importance? Rush saw the impact of humans on the environment as a positive, civilizing force. In addition, there will be a mid-quarter exam on October 29, and a final exam on December 21. We do not share your email address with others. Give concrete examples of differences in your answer. Cronon will provide information for New England. Lewis and Clark's water route Jefferson hoped that Lewis and Clark would find a water route linking the Columbia and Missouri rivers. History 1301 test 3 Question Answer What are the successes and failures for Jefferson during his first time? Review is forthcoming in next couple of days.
Nash Chapter 4 Cronon Chapters 7-8 Wheeler Chapter 3 Oct 11-15 The colonies in the 18th century. Missouri Compromise With the Missouri Compromise, the Louisiana Purchase was closed to slavery in the future, except for the Arkansas Territory and what would become the Indian Territory of Oklahoma Corrupt Bargain The alleged deal was that John Quincy Adams appointed Clay his Secretary of State in exchange for Clay's persuading the Congressmen from the states he had won to vote for Adams Corrupt Bargain and make him president when the House decided the election of 1824 after no man received a majority in the electoral college. Questions over Chapter 5— due August 26 Colonial Society on the Eve of Revolution Hand-written and legible, please. It also opened up another frontier for slaveholders in the lower M Failure of Jefferson's Administration? Nash Chapter 15-16 Wheeler Chapters 9-10 Dec 13-15 Reconstruction-Conclusion. Chapter 5 review Please learn the following Acts and Events-what caused them and the reactions by each side: -Sugar Act -Stamp Act -Patrick Henry -Townshend Revenue Acts -John Dickson -Boston Massacre -Gaspee -Coercive Acts -Lexington and Concord -2nd Continental Congress -'Common Sense' -Declaration of Independence-nature and influences of-what is in it? Describe the main course of study at a colonial college. Mid-term exam October 29 Nash, Chapter 8 Wheeler Chapter 5 Jacobs, pp.
What was ironic about the colonial desire to trade with countries other than Britain? Banks lost money, people lost faith in banks, and the country lost faith in President Martin van Buren. D the increasing strength of the United States. Where in the colonies was education most promoted, and why? It is a good idea to do the readings well ahead of schedule. What was the significance of the case? To move the current card to one of the three colored boxes, click on the box. The tutorials are in multiple-choice format by textbook chapter and follow your course Learning Objectives. . Why do you think it has stood the test of time? Was 18th century America truly a shining land of equality and opportunity especially when compared with the 17th century? He destroyed encampments of the Seminole Indians, seized two Spanish forts and executed two British subjects.
You may find other useful material on internet links at the textbook website. How did the triangular trade work? Was diversity a blessing or a curse? The following questions should help you organize the essay: 1. A The form of government established by the Constitution is the only one that could have succeeded. What were the defining characteristics of the Scots-Irish, and where did they tend to predominate? What was the average age of colonists by 1775, and what does this imply regarding questions of authority? You would need to create a new account. Jackson Success in second term won bank wars;removed the bank Lewis and Clark's water route They would be know as the Corps of Discovery Jackson's success in Second Term Opposition to the National Bank. C It proposed a two-house legislature.
What was Jefferson's plan before Louisiana Purchase. How did their power clash with that of royal governors—and by extension, the British government? Grades will be based on both written work and weekly participation in discussions; faithful attendance of discussion sections is necessary to pass the course. Jackson fight on Indians in Florida negotiations remained deadlocked until Andrew Jackson gave Adams the leverage he needed. Describe the two rebellions that are associated with the Scots-Irish. In 1802 the Georgia legislature signed a compact giving the federal government all of her claims to western lands in exchange for the government's pl Indian Removal act government's pledge to extinguish all Indian titles to land within the state. How did the growth of Arminianism contribute to the Great Awakening? D It proposed a separate judicial branch. They cover much of the same material but not necessarily in exactly the same form and vocabulary.
How would you describe the encounter between Native Americans and Europeans? Question 2 Discuss the political debates surrounding the development of the American Constitution. Wheeler Chapter 11 Dec 21 Official final exam date: Dec 21. Doubled the size of United States and offered seemingly endless space to be settled by yeoman farmers. Hand them in to your discussion leader at the lecture on the day they are due. What religious doctrine did it supplant? The exams will consist of short answers and identifications.
First short essay due Sep 27 Nash Chapter 3 Cronon Chapters 4-6 Wheeler Chapter 2 Oct 4-8 Seventeenth-century society and Colonial population. Madison -impeachment efforts by Jefferson of judges -significance of Louisiana Purchase -Lewis and Clark Expedition-what was it and what was accomplished? Sign up Already a StudyStack user? This listing does not include all the document readings; you will find out about these from your discussion leader. What dangers did some colonies, such as South Carolina, recognize in the continued importation of slaves to America, and what did they attempt to do about it? You may also click on the card displayed in any of the three boxes to bring that card back to the center. Chief Supreme Court John Marshall Star Spangled Banner Francis Scott Key All of Jackson's roles in the War of 1812 Treaty to end War of 1812 Treaty was negotiated in Ghent, Belgium. Select one scenario a, b or c and write an essay describing cultural and ecological change during the English settlement of North America. Albert Gallatin, he reduced the national debt. Reading assignments in Nash and Wheeler along with notes from lecture and recitation will provide the information you need for the other areas.
More recently, Cronon has called for a new historical analysis which looks simultaneously at social and ecological change. C a reference to the ideals of the Roman Republic. A It was based on the one-state one-vote principle. What were the characteristics of the African population in America by 1775? Do you think that he changed politically or philosophically as president when compared to his ideas as Sec. Conclude with a summary of why you think the revolution happened.